1. Steven Callahan

    Welcome to I Share Hope, a project about hope. The goal of the project is to interview 1000 world leaders and hear and learn from their inspiring true stories. The subject of this week’s blog is Steven Callahan, an American. He is most famously associated with his book, “Adrift: 76 Days Lost at Sea”, the tale of his youthful misadventure of being adrift in the Atlantic in a liferaft. He was …Read More

  2. Dr Sonnet Ehlers Gives Hope To Women

    I Share Hope is a project to interview 1000 world leaders to learn about their vision of hope through their truly inspiring stories. This week’s topic is Dr. Sonnet Ehlers, a doctor in South Africa, fighting rape. She believes that hope is spreading love and warmth. You should spread love, and in doing so, we will make a more peaceful place. She learned her message of hope from her parents who e…Read More

  3. Michele Rosenthal and Healing From PTSD

    I Share Hope is an online community of survivors and do-ers who share their true inspirational stories of hope to inspire others to keep going through their own struggles. We believe in actionable hope, not just inspirations ideas or thoughts, but things to actually act on to improve your life and heal yourself. I Share Hope is a global initiative begun by Chris Williams to interview 100 leaders f…Read More

  4. Lihn Do

      I Share Hope is an online community of people who have survived experiences of abuse, war, violence, and people (many times the same people) who are using their lives to change the world. We share true inspirational stories, via motivational podcasts, of people struggling against either their past trauma or what they see as coming catastrophes. Such is the case of Lihn Do,  an environment…Read More

  5. Julie Mayerson Brown

      I Share Hope is the brainchild of Chris Williams. The goal is to interview 1000 world leaders about their vision of hope. The interviews are filled with inspirational true stories of survival and hope. If you don’t like something change it, if you can’t change it, change your attitude. Don’t complain. Julie Mayerson Brown is a mother, a writer and a dog rescuer. She and some other mot…Read More

  6. Refurn: Giving Hope to the Whole Planet

    I Share Hope is a website that shares stories and of hope and survival through true, motivational podcasts. Hope comes in all sizes and shapes. It’s not always about survival on one person; sometimes it looks at the survival of the entire human race and the planet. Sometimes it involves both. Who is this person His idea of hope is about looking forward. John Lennon’s Imagine is an inspiration …Read More

  7. Seizing The Opportunity

    On I Share Hope’s site you can read and listen to motivational podcast interviews with leaders from many walks of life. We reach out to people who are leaders in their fields to see what they can teach us about hope. You’ll hear their true inspirational stories and hear their answers to the five questions we ask all our guests. Our talks cover a wide range of topics including, abuse, addiction…Read More

  8. Each Moment Is A New Chance

    I Share Hope is a website, a community if you will, of people who give and receive motivation amongst each other. Through a series of motivation podcasts we hope to inspire people around the world to do good for themselves, and for those around them. We post interviews of people with true, inspirational stories of hope of life, healing and hope. Our blog series will have a similar theme. Each week…Read More

  9. Nina-Iskandar-I-Share-Hope

    30: Nina Iskandar – Lights, Camera, Hope! – #isharehope

    Nina Iskandar facebook facebook (Phenomenars) instagram instagram (Phenomenars) “It’s clearer to me trying to balance my personal life and the public life and I figured it was time for me to step up and be back to who I actually am or was for my very own reasons. All these people who are saying that I am taking my religion as a game, which I don’t think is bad for them to be judging that way…Read More

  10. Patrick-Henry-Hughes-I-Share-Hope

    29: Patrick Henry Hughes – The clear vision of blind #hope – #isharehope

    Patrick Henry Hughes facebook website book website video “Of course they understand that there are things that I physically cannot do, but perhaps try other things before completely giving up. Learn from the mistakes, don’t dwell on the mistakes, but learn from them and perhaps try to find a way to do better in case a similar opportunity should arrive. Life is truly a blessing and we should al…Read More